Le constructeur automobile chinois NWTN signe un contrat de location avec KIZAD pour assembler des véhicules électriques à Abu Dhabi

La première usine d’assemblage de véhicules électriques des Émirats arabes unis produira 10 000 unités par an ; il devrait être achevé au dernier trimestre de cette année

Electric vehicles manufacturer NWTN has signed a lease agreement with KIZAD to establish an EV assembly facility in Abu Dhabi.

Founded in 2016 by Chinese entrepreneur Alan Wu, NWTN has its headquarters in Dubai and offices in Shanghai and Tianjin. It aims to produce Smart Passenger Vehicles (SPV) that deploy AI technologies and personalised passenger experiences.

NWTN plans to operate a 25,000 square meter manufacturing, research and development, vehicle testing and logistics facility, which will be constructed by Kizad. It will have an annual capacity of 5,000-10,000 units for the assembly of semi-knocked-down (SKD) electric vehicles.